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    The Town Museum

    by viddra Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    The museum was founded in 1953, and has 7 collections: historical, archeological, numismatic, ethnic, art, applied art and natural. But, the only way to see the treasures is via the Net.

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    every day from 7 - 14

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    The Town Theatre

    by viddra Written Sep 9, 2007

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    The building was built for the military purposes, and is believed to be among the oldest in Becej.

    This cultural centre houses the Great Hall, Creative Centre, with its workshops, the ‘Krug’ (‘Circle’) Gallery, where a lot of artists have exhibited their works, and the Theatre Club, that organises some lectures, presentations or video projections.

    The plays by children, youth and adults, are performed in Serbian and Hungarian.

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    Catholic Church

    by viddra Written Sep 9, 2007

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    The present Catholic Church was built in 1830, on the site of the older one from 1763. The tower was added in 1923.

    The inside is richly decorated. The stained-glass windows were made by Kratzman Ede in 1892, while the Altar painting, ‘The Assumption of the Virgin’, is the work of Mor Tan.

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    Serbian Orthodox Church

    by viddra Updated Sep 9, 2007

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    At the very centre of Becej, there's this monumental Serbian Orthodox Church, built in 1858, according to the plans of Andrija Smaus and Jovan Somborski. It's dedicated to St George.

    As you can see, there are 3 towers symbolising the Holy Trinity.

    Inside the church, you can admire the paintings of Uros Predic, our famous 19th-century artist. The most distinguished work here is probably Predic's iconostasis with 63 icons, each representing the best of the 19th-century religious art. Taking pictures inside the church is prohibited!

    Predrag Jovanovic from Novi Sad cast the church bells.

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  • Tisa

    by Nina.M. Written Mar 30, 2006

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    In our country long 197km.
    The Tisza (-Hungarian, in Romanian, Serbian and Slovak: Tisa, in German: Thei߼/em> or Theiss, in Ukrainian: Tysa/Тиса) is a river, tributary of the Danube and one of the major rivers of Central Europe, passing through Hungary, Romania, Slovakia, Ukraine and Serbia and Montenegro.
    It forms the boundary between the regions of Bᣳka/Bačka and Banat and flows into the Danube in central Vojvodina in Serbia and Montenegro.
    The Tisza river drains an area of about 157,186 km2.

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    Fantast

    by viddra Updated Feb 2, 2006

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    Near Becej, about 14km towards Backa Topola, there's an old castle, once owned by Bogdan Dundjerski. The castle was built in the 1920s.

    It's been restaurated and converted into the hotel Fantast.

    There's St George chapel nearby, with valuable iconostasis done by Uros Predic.

    In the surroundings, there's also a famous horse farm, where they raise thoroughbred and semibred racing horses. In fact, the hotel got its name after 1 of the horses, who won a triple crown in 1932.

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    Park

    by ruki Written May 21, 2005

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    View from the top of the castle Fantast. You can see the beautiful park.
    Moreover, there is a park with many different tree species and arranged footpaths inside the complex and the tennis courts near the hotel are at the tourists' disposal. In addition to that, there is also a small airport for small planes

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  • Palace "Dundjerski"

    by Nina.M. Updated Feb 10, 2005

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    The tourist complex of Fantast is located in the eastern part of Backa in the community of Becej, by the road Backa Topola – Becej, 14 kilometres away from Becej. On the area of 65 ha are located a castle, a horse-farm, a small castle, a chapel, a park and other objects. The castle was built at the beginning of the XX century by the famous Vojvodina's owner of large estate Bogdan Dundjerski.

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    Yellow building

    by Jeca011 Updated Sep 12, 2004

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    This Yellow building is situated in Boris Kidric Street. I don't know how old it is but I was fascinated by architecture and it beauty. That style of main doors on house we call "ainfort" doors. It's typical for old houses built in XIX century. Mostly rich and noble families had that type of doors on their houses. Above the doors sometimes you can see name of that family and year when the building was built.

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    Castle - details

    by Jeca011 Written Sep 12, 2004

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    The building has extreme architectonic value and represents an unusual mixture of baroque, romance and neoclassical architecture. The castle consists of two circular and two conical towers, and the biggest one that dominates.

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    Dundjerski

    by Jeca011 Written Sep 12, 2004

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    Who was Bogdan Dundjerski?

    Bogdan Dundjerski was a member of notable family Dundjerski. He was very rich landowner. He built castle on his estate. His great friend was painter Uros Predic who painted iconostasis in chapel. Bogdan never get married. Here in castle you can hear love story about Bogdan and Mara – wife of his servant. On iconostasis in his chapel you can see her face as Virgin Mary. After his death he endowment all his estate to Matica srpska found.

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    Castle of Bogdan Dundjerski

    by Jeca011 Written Sep 12, 2004

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    The complex Castle of Bogdan Dundjerski is located 14 kilometres away from Becej on the road Becej-Backa Topola. On the area of 65 ha are located a castle, a horse-farm, a small castle, a chapel, a park and other objects. The castle was built at the beginning of the XX century by the famous Vojvodina's owner of large estate Bogdan Dundjerski.

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    The Catholic Church

    by Jeca011 Written Sep 12, 2004

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    The Catholic Church witch was built up in 1830 is also situated in the square. It is a single-dome structure with an extended base, a half-spherical apse on the north side and a belfry on the front side. Its altar is decorated with two paintings made by Hungarian painter Tan Mora born in Becej.

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    Serbian Orthodox Church - part II

    by Jeca011 Written Sep 12, 2004

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    The church is particularly characteristic for its high iconostasis with 63 icons made by famous painter Uros Predic, with ornaments made in classical and romantic style.

    Unfortunately this picture is not so clear but no one picture can’t show you the beauty of some place like it is when you see it with your own eyes. This iconostasis is famous because all Saints have faces of some people from Becej. Saint Uros has a face of painter Uros Predic himself.

    There are beautiful stained glass windows – endowments of Becej families

    Iconostasis in church of Saint George
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    Technical School

    by viddra Written Sep 9, 2007

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    One of the most beautiful edifices here is this one, housing the Technical School.

    The school was built in 1869, following the plans of Jovan Somborski from Becej.

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